Published - Feb 15, 2020 1:05 pm Updated - Feb 15, 2020 1:05 pm
In the first week of January, Hardik Pandya, the talented Indian all-rounder, proposed to Serbian model Natasa Stankovic, kneeling down on one knee. The duo’s chemistry set the social media platforms on fire thereafter as they uploaded some adorable pictures. In January 2019, Pandya got himself tangled in controversy and life has taken a turn for him after a year.
The couple of has then set hearts racing with some sensual pictures. One month after their proposal, Hardik and Natasa got the chance to celebrate the most-awaited Valentine’s Day on Friday, February 14. On the auspicious occasion, Natasa took to Instagram to show her love for Hardik. She uploaded a picture where the girl was slaying on a black top while Hardik sported a funky look.
Both were looking into each other’s eyes and their camaraderie was visible. The picture also suggested that they were dating since last year. She captioned the picture and wrote, “to our Valentine’s Day last year,”
Here is Stankovic’s picture
On the same day, Hardik also uploaded a photo with his beloved. In that picture, Hardik was seen with his arms around Natasa. He captioned the photo and wrote, “My Valentine for life,”
Here is Pandya’s post
Pandya is currently busy recovering from a lower-back injury at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. He has also been sweating it out in the net sessions and would be taking part for the Reliance outfit in the annual corporate Dr DY Patil T20 tournament. He hasn’t played any competitive cricket since September 2019 when he played the home series against South Africa.
Pandya has been dealing with back issues since the 2018 edition of the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He was earlier slated to make a comeback in the tour of New Zealand, but injury turned detrimental yet another time. In his absence, India have preferred Shivam Dube in the eleven.
But Dube has flattered to deceive and Pandya’s absence is being felt. It now remains to be seen whether or not he can take part in the 2020 IPL where he represents the Mumbai Indians. Hardik is also expected to play a crucial role in the 2020 edition of the T20 World Cup in Australia.